Our Team

Meet our Team!

Stacey Munsell is the Administrator for Home Matters Caregiving and is responsible for the overall operations and compliance of the organization.  A native Oregonian, became aware of the needs of seniors while working at an architectural firm that designed hospitals and retirement centers. Inspired by what she learned, she volunteered for seniors while earning a college degree in health care administration. She ultimately found the right job at Home Matters Caregiving, where she oversees budgeting, creates programs to improve the services offered, and visits clients and caregivers. Her daily inspiration is expressed in the words of Aristotle: “What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do good.” At home, meanwhile, Stacey and her husband are passionate winemakers, turning their garage into a happy mess of grape-crushing and bottle-filling.

Christina Foutch earned her degree in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State University. Her clinical specialty is in the area of geriatric care. Her focus in Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Stroke and SCI rehabilitation allows our clients and caregivers an unmatched resource. She is skilled in the areas of physical disabilities, behavior modification techniques, and adaptive equipment, allowing increased independence, mobility and safety in our client’s homes. Her occupational therapy interventions include home safety evaluations, initial assessments, Advanced Caregiver training and fall prevention education.

Christina is also a resource to the geriatric community through educational workshops on topics that include Fall Prevention, Nutrition and the Aging Adult, Dementia, Exercise, and many other topics. She is a proud member of the Oregon Healthcare Association, MSN and Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, Healthy Aging Division (SNEB).

Pamela, a native Portlander with her Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Clark College in Vancouver, started her career at a skilled nursing center and quickly rose to resident care manager. She then worked in home health care for about three years, her last position as memory health care serves director. While Pamela has a love for all geriatric patients and clients, she has gained particular proficiency in meeting the needs of those suffering dementia disorders, including Alzheimer’s Disease. A Portland Trailblazer’s fan, Pamela is the mother of three and enjoys engaging in arts and crafts, and attending kids’ soccer games. (Not-so-secret: Pamela is engaged to be married in the fall of 2019!)

Clay Foutch has been in the In-Home Care business in the Portland area since founding the company in 2007.  A Board Member for the Alzheimer’s Association and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin have helped shaped how he built and runs this organization.  As President of Home Matters Caregiving, his greatest skill is in assembling a qualified team to carry out his company’s mission.  A mission to provide exceptional care to the aging population at an affordable cost, and to do so with the most medically competent team in the market.  Clay feels strongly that the best way to serve his clients is by providing In-Home Care with the utmost respect and competence allowing his clients to remain in their home safely and independently for as long as possible.

Becky Litwiller earned a M.S. in Healthcare Administration and is a graduate of Champlain College and University of Oregon. As the on-site Community Manager at Courtyard Mt. Tabor and Calaroga Terrace, Becky runs the daily operations of both facilities and ensures that the complex needs of her clients are well managed.
Becky is passionate about creating holistic service plans for seniors that embody the mission of Home Matters Caregiving. She ensures that the seniors she is fortunate to serve are maintaining a high quality of life, are safe and are active. Becky is an advocate for seniors and uses her education, compassion and leadership skills to serve the aging population.
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Christina Lima brings an international background, having arrived in the United States from her native Brazil to attend college and graduate school before joining the Los Angeles Times as a staff writer and, later, the Salem Statesman Journal as the health reporter. Trilingual and seasoned as a writer and communicator, Christina is the Home Matters Caregiving point person to the Northwest Oregon community: She works closely with caregivers in knowing the individual needs of clients while underscoring to all the value of in-home care as life-enriching. Her daily inspiration is, as she puts it, “in seeing our clients happy and engaged.” At home, Christina is an avid cook, reader, and day hiker who enjoys, with her family, Oregon’s outdoor treasures.

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